In a Low Calorie Diet? Dietary Mistakes to Avoid

Calorie Diet: Before you start cutting calories, it is a good idea to understand how many calories a day your body needs. It is also a good idea to make these common mistakes.

 In a Low Calorie Diet? Dietary Mistakes to Avoid


There is a reason why many people say that weight loss is ridiculous. You need to change the way you eat, drink, and sometimes even your lifestyle in order to lose a few pounds. 



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Lack of patience and toughness often make people give up; as a result many people go back to eating junk food which leads to overload of calories. Now what are calories, and why are they so important? Calorie is a unit of energy, everything you eat results in energy, but the extra calories lead to fat accumulation, because your body does not need many calories.


All of our bodies are made differently, which is why the caloric needs of our bodies are also different. Therefore, before you start cutting calories, it is a good idea to understand how many calories a day your body needs. It is also a good idea not to fall into these common mistakes.

Other ‘Don’ts’ on calorie restricted foods are Sweedal Trinidade, Senior Officer Dietetics (HOD), P.D. Hinduja Hospital and MRC:



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1. Low calorie intake: When tested, you should consider all the calories you have eaten per day, including 'occasional' binges. “It is very important to accurately assess the nutritional intake, to identify the RDA and the calorie deficit needed to produce the desired weight loss under the guidance of trained professionals,” Sweedal said.

2. Eliminate essential nutrients: Do not start extracting essential nutrients without consulting a specialist. Ketogenic diet, a dairy-free, gluten-free diet works only for a specific type of body. Understand your body type and its needs.

3. Not drinking enough water: Drinking water does not add calories, keeps you hydrated and improves digestion. Therefore, continue to drink water.



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4. Exercise: Weight loss may be the result of fat loss, weight loss, or weight loss. Eating a low-calorie diet should go hand in hand with a good exercise strategy so that fats can be lost effectively, and you can support that weight loss as well.

5. Lack of carbohydrate and protein balance: Do not confuse low-calorie foods with hunger; you need to give your body the necessary nutrients. A good balance of carbohydrates and proteins helps you to stay full, which can prevent times of overeating and eating low-calorie calories.

6. Unable to identify empty calories: Eliminate empty calories, for example high calorie foods full of sugar, oil, alcohol etc. It does not help the body better but adds more calories.

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